About Us

The American Lebanese Joint Civic Association is not-for-profit under section 501 (C) (3) and is neither a political nor religious organization. Our mission is to respond to community needs, promote cultural diversity and inclusion, and engage and collaborate with the community on building cultural awareness of the American Lebanese heritage for future generations. Some of our activities include the American Lebanese cultural and research center, health awareness seminars, educational programs (Courses in the Lebanese Arabic language, Phoenician art and music) as well as cultural expositions. 

American Lebanese Joint Civic Association

Programs

Cultural Center & Research:

The American Lebanese cultural and research center in Lombard, Illinois, is open to the public on Tues, Thurs & Sat.

Phoenician Artwork:

Art Classes with teachers from Lebanon live on Zoom cover Phoenician Artwork through understanding the artwork and actually creating artwork in the Phoenician style.

Networking:

We have a National Database available to help our younger people seek out employment opportunities to network on a national level and find employment opportunities in various sectors.

Medical Awareness:

Our American Lebanese doctors will present educational health seminars promoting medical awareness in Pediatrics, Orthopedics, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Cardiology, Oncology, Nephrology, Pain Management, Emergency Medicine, and Allergy Medicine.

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Classes

American Lebanese Joint Civic Association
Educational Team

SihamIbrahim
NadineSafi
FadiaChemali

Dr. Siham Ibrahim
ALJCA President

Nadine Safi
Director Education

Fadia Chemali
Instructor

MichelineNeouchi
SaraNasr
JanaBayoud

Micheline Neouchi
Instructor

Sara Mona Nasr
Instructor

Jana Bayoud
Instructor

Classes

American Lebanese Joint Civic Association
Educational Team

SihamIbrahim

Dr. Siham Ibrahim
ALJCA President

NadineSafi

Nadine Safi
Director Education

FadiaChemali

Fadia Chemali
Instructor

MichelineNeouchi

Micheline Neouchi
Instructor

SaraNasr

Sara Mona Nasr
Instructor

JanaBayoud

Jana Bayoud
Instructor

News

As a community, we hold in our hearts the children of Lebanon and those children here providing them with the opportunity and means of learning remotely.

American Lebanese Joint Civic Association
Tablets Donation
20 AprilAmerican Lebanese Joint Civic Assn., would like to thank the entire team for their hard work in distributing the final batch of the tablets. They reached students North South East and West of Lebanon. Most students attend public schools. Thank you to all the Lebanese communities who invested in these students.We hope to do…
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American Lebanese Joint Civic Association
Classes
The American Lebanese Joint Civic Association is pleased to announce a new class for beginners in Arabic will begin on May 8th, 2021. Students will learn spoken Lebanese Arabic and reading and writing with certified teachers from the Jesus & Mary School. For information please call Nadine Touma phone # (961) 308-9879 via whatsApp. Email:…
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American Lebanese Joint Civic Association
The American Lebanese Cultural Center
17 AprilAmerican Lebanese Cultural Center proud to add new Phoenician pieces to the Center 6 AprilThe American Lebanese Joint Civic Association is proud to announce a new addition to the American Lebanese Cultural Center, handmade Phoenician Art. Unique historic pieces of Art and paintings of its kind will be displayed starting May 15, 2021. The…
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American Lebanese Joint Civic Association
Hearts in Motion
Thank you to LACD and Edgar Aramouni who contributed toward the shipping expense to Lebanon. And the Green Mind Mrs. Marlene Saad for the accomplishment of the mission. 4 December 2020Our fourth container shipped to our Beloved Country Lebanon. The shipment will be received by the Lebanese Army to distribute. ALJCA appreciates the generosity of…
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American Lebanese Joint Civic Association
Remember and Honor Event
The veterans who sacrificed their lives for their country event. American Lebanese Cultural and research Center at Memorial Weekend, highlighted the sacrifices of fallen Lebanese soldiers who served Lebanon and the United States in a heartwarming exhibition at the cultural center. Mrs. Georgette Daniel was asked to express her feeling toward the Cultural Center, and…
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